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Estey Lecture in Business Law

The End of Internationalism?

Presented by Cally Jordan, Estey Chair in Business Law, at the University of Saskatchewan on Feb. 29, 2016.

Wunusweh Lecture in Aboriginal Law 2016

Truth, Reconciliation, and Legal Education: The TRC Syllabus and Indigenous Laws

The third Wunusweh lecture presented by Gillian Calder, University of Victoria, Karen Drake, Lakehead University, and Aimée Craft, University of Manitoba. Recorded Feb. 1, 2016 at the College of Law, University of Saskatchewan.

Silas E. Halyk, QC, Visiting Scholar in Advocacy Lecture 2016

delivered by he Honourable Warren K. Winkler, Former Chief Justice of Ontario

The Silas E. Halyk, QC, Visiting Scholar in Advocacy Lecture entitle "Access to Justice: Personal Reflections" was presented by the Honourable Warren K. Winkler, Former Chief Justice of Ontario on Jan. 18, 2016 at the College of Law, University of Saskatchewan.

Guest Speaker: Mr. Justice Marshall Rothstein

Saskatchewan Law Review Lecture: Checks and Balances in Constitutional Interpretation – Perspectives from a Recently Retired Supreme Court Justice

Mr. Justice Marshall Rothstein, Supreme Court of Canada presented Saskatchewan Law Review Lecture: Checks and Balances in Constitutional Interpretation – Perspectives from a Recently Retired Supreme Court Justice on Oct. 13, 2015. This lecture is part of the McKercher LLP Lecture Series at the College of Law.

Guest Speaker: Alex Neve

Confronting a Human Rights Scourge: Canada and the Global Struggle against Torture

Alex Neve, Secretary General of Amnesty International Canada, presented “Confronting a Human Rights Scourge: Canada and the Global Struggle against Torture” on March 10, 2015. This lecture is part of the McKercher LLP Lecture Series at the College of Law.

Guest Speaker: Rod Wood

Commercial Law at the Crossroads

Rod Wood, Estey Chair in Business Law, presented “Commercial Law at the Crossroads” on March 2, 2015. This lecture is part of the McKercher LLP Lecture Series at the College of Law.

Guest Speaker: Jonathan Rudin

Criminal Justice Since Gladue – What’s Changed and what Hasn’t

Jonathan Rudin, Aboriginal Legal Services of Toronto, presented “Criminal Justice Since Gladue – What’s Changed and what Hasn’t” on February 3, 2015. This lecture is part of the McKercher LLP Lecture Series at the College of Law.

Guest Speaker: Michele Hollins

Numbers Matter: The Retention and Advancement of Women in Law, Business and the Professions

Michele Hollins, QC, President, Canadian Bar Association, presented “Numbers Matter: The Retention and Advancement of Women in Law, Business and the Professions” on January 19, 2015. This lecture is part of the McKercher LLP Lecture Series at the College of Law.

Silas E. Halyk, QC, Visiting Scholar in Advocacy Lecture

delivered by Marlys Edwardh

Marlys Edwardh, C.M., Sack Goldblatt Mitchell LLP, presented “Advocacy Challenges in Test Case Litigation” on January 12, 2015 during the Silas E. Halyk, QC, Visiting Scholar in Advocacy Lecture.

Law Foundation of Saskatchewan Lecture

delivered by Christine Zuni Cruz

Christine Zuni Cruz, Law Foundation of Saskatchewan H. Robert Arscott Chair, presented "Continuance and Belonging: Interrogating Modern Tribal Legal Approaches To Identity and Mixture in the United States" on Nov. 3, 2014. This lecture is part of the McKercher LLP Lecture Series at the College of Law.

17th Annual Saskatchewan Law Review Lecture

delivered by Andrew Coyne

Mr. Coyne presented "Our Broken Democracy And How to Fix It" on Oct. 20, 2014 at Convocation Hall at the University of Saskatchewan. This lecture is part of the McKercher LLP Lecture Series at the College of Law.

Guest Speaker: Chief Perry Bellegarde

Resource Sharing in Saskatchewan

Perry Bellegarde, chief of the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations, presented "Resource Sharing in Saskatchewan," on Oct. 20, 2014. This lecture is part of the McKercher LLP Lecture Series at the College of Law.

ProBono Saskatchewan Lecture

The Privilege of Being a Lawyer: Giving Back to the Community through Pro Bono

Michelle Ouellette, QC, partner with McKercher LLP, presented the ProBono Saskatchewan Lecture on Sept. 29, 2014. This lecture is part of the McKercher LLP Lecture Series at the College of Law.

Cronkite Memorial Lecture

In Search of Accessible Legal Education

Lorne Sossin, dean of Osgoode Hall Law School at York University presented the 2014 Cronkite Memorial Lecture entitled "In search of accessible legal education," at the University of Saskatchewan as part of the McKercher LLP Lecture Series at the College of Law on Sept. 22, 2014.

Wunusweh Lecture in Aboriginal Law

delivered by Cindy Blackstock

Cindy Blackstock delivers the second Wunusweh Lecture in Aboriginal Law, presented by the College of Law at the University of Saskatchewan on March 10, 2014. Blackstock speaks on the human rights case on First Nations child welfare and the associated social movement for equity for First Nations children and their families.

The Law Foundation of Saskatchewan Lecture

Negotiating with Difficult People

John Wade, visiting Law Foundation of Saskatchewan chair, presented "Negotiating with Difficult People" during the Law Foundation of Saskatchewan Lecture held on February 10, 2014 at the College of Law.

Negotiation Breakfast Series - Session 4

Effective Persuasion in Professional and Personal Situations

Law Foundation of Saskatchewan chair holder, Professor John Wade, presents "Effective Persuasion in Professional and Personal Situations," the fourth of six presentations related to the topic of negotiation. Jan. 21, 2014.

Negotiation Breakfast Series - Session 3

Systematic Risk Analysis for Litigators, Negotiators and Mediators

Law Foundation of Saskatchewan chair holder, Professor John Wade, presents "Systematic Risk Analysis for Litigators, Negotiators and Mediators," the third of six presentations related to the topic of negotiation. Nov. 5, 2013.

16th Annual Saskatchewan Law Review Lecture

Time Whereof: Memory, History, and Law in the Jurisprudence of Aboriginal Rights

Paul McHugh, professor of law and legal history from the University of Cambridge, presented "Time Whereof: Memory, History, and Law in the Jurisprudence of Aboriginal Rights" during the 16th annual Saskatchewan Law Review Lecture on Oct. 28, 2013.

Negotiation Breakfast Series - Session 2

Ten ways to be an effective hard bargainer

Law Foundation of Saskatchewan chair holder, Professor John Wade, presents "Ten ways to be an effective hard bargainer," the second of six presentations related to the topic of negotiation.

Eliminating Barriers to Gender Equality

Conditional Interdependence as a Model

Penny Andrews, president and dean of Albany Law School, presented "Eliminating Barriers to Gender Equality: Conditional Interdependence as a Model" on Oct. 7, 2013.

College of Law Heald Lecture: Donald Buckingham

Dead chickens, stinky cheese, black overalls and other lessons from the farm: The contribution of administrative tribunals to justice in Canada

Donald Buckingham, chairperson of the Canada Agricultural Review Tribunal, presented "Dead chickens, stinky cheese, black overalls and other lessons from the farm: The contribution of administrative tribunals to justice in Canada" on Sept. 30, 2013 at the University of Saskatchewan's College of Law.

Negotiation Breakfast Series - Session 1

The Last Gap (Gasp) in Negotiations and How to Cross It

"The Last Gap (Gasp) in Negotiations and How to Cross It" presented by Professor John Wade, Law Foundation of Saskatchewan Chairholder, on Sept. 17, 2013.

The John Stack Memorial Lecture

Preston Manning presents "Politics, Ethics and Faith"

Preston Manning presented the College of Law's John Stack Memorial Lecture entitled 'Politics, Ethics, and Faith' at the University of Saskatchewan on February 12, 2013.

Investors, States & Stakeholders

Power Asymmetries and the Stabilizing Potential of Investment Treaties

George Foster, associate professor of law at Lewis & Clark Law School presented "Investors, States & Stakeholders: Power Asymmetries & the Stabilizing Potential of Investment Treaties" on Jan. 21, 2013.

The Fifth Gertler Family Lectureship in Law

Global Trends in Lawyer Regulation

Professor Laurel Terry of Penn State's Dickinson School of Law delivers the Fifth Gertler Family Lectureship in Law honouring the Robert McKercher Family on January 15, 2013 at Convocation Hall.

Judging Democracy:

Will the Supreme Court of Canada protect our right to access government and its information?

Vincent Kazmierski, assistant professor, Department of Law and Legal Studies, Carleton University presented "Judging Democracy: Will the Supreme Court of Canada protect our right to access government and its information?" on Nov. 19, 2012.

Rewiring" Criminal Offenders:

Challenges to the Criminal Justice System from Emerging Neuroscience

Jennifer Chandler, associate professor at the University of Ottawa, presented "'Rewiring' Criminal Offenders: Challenges to the Criminal Justice System from Emerging Neuroscience" on Nov. 5, 2012.

Arguments for Lawyers

"The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters"

Donna Greschner, dean of the Faculty of Law at the University of Victoria, presented the 15th Annual Saskatchewan Law Review Lecture on October 29, 2012.

Land Reform in Namibia and the Future of Law

Sidney Harring, Law Foundation of Saskatchewan Chair, presented "Land Reform in Namibia and the Future of Law" on October 15, 2012 at the College of Law, University of Saskatchewan.

Legal Disparity in the Protection of Human Trafficking Victims

Amanda Peters, South Texas College of Law, September 24, 2012. This event was co-sponsored by Just Rights.

Adapting to the New Shareholder-Centric Reality:

Creditor Protection

Professor Edward Rock, University of Pennsylvania, March 26, 2012.

What it’s like to be a Law Profession Regulator in 2012

Laurie Pawlitza, Treasurer of the Law Society of Upper Canada, March 5, 2012.

Solicitor-client privilege 2.0:

Challenges and opportunities for the privilege in the wired world

Professor Adam Dodek, Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa, February 13, 2012.

The 9/11 effect:

Comparative counter terrorism

Professor Kent Roach, University of Toronto, January 26, 2012.

Bargaining for Biodiversity

Professor Natasha Affolder, University of British Columbia Law School, January 23, 2012.

Two Mothers in Fact & Law

Robert Leckey, McGill University Faculty of Law, November 21, 2011.

The Nature of Property and Ownership of the Human Body

Michele Goodwin, Everett Fraser Professor, University of Minnesota Law School and University of Minnesota School of Public Health, November 14, 2011.

The 4th Gertler Family Lectureship in Law

Honoring the Robert McKercher family

Speaker Shawn Atleo - National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations

Reported Conflict and Natural Disaster:

A Case Study of the Wakefield Manor Leet Courts Through the Fourteenth Century Plague Epidemics

Dr. Sharon Hubbs Wright, St. Thomas More College, University of Saskatchewan, October 31, 2011

Settler Reflections:

Knowing and Refusing to Know about Canada's Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Women

Ariel Sallows Chair in Human Rights Lecture, Mary Eberts, Sallows chair, University of Saskatchewan College of Law, October 24, 2011

Justice Should be Blind:

Environmental Instrumentalism and the Rule of Law

Professor Bruce Pardy, Faculty of Law, Queen's University October 3, 2011

Criminal Justice in a Post-Rule of Law World

Professor Stephen Coughlan, Schulich School of Law, Dalhousie University September 19, 2011